Great experience, great food for a very reasonable price. Nice wines. The owner is a very friendly guy! Way better quality vs cost ratio then the other places we visited!
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Managed to get a table at the last minute, despite there being 6 of us. Food, wine and service were all very good. I'd definitely come back.
The "magret de canard" was excellent and they have really good wines, not the ones you hear about, but the others, the ones from small producers. Small place, 20 customers at a time so make sure to book in advance. Pleasant staff,
Had a wonderful meal here at a very reasonable price! The food and wine were excellent and the waiter was very friendly and attentive, despite the fact the restaurant was full on a Friday evening. (My attempt to speak French seemed to be well received,...More
There was only 2 restaurants open on New Years day in St Emilion. After a week of intensive cooking for many guests it was a welcome break to eat out. Excellent set menu that included fish lighter dishes. All dishes delicious, service very efficient and...More
Had lunch at this restaurant with friends the other day and enjoyed the meal. The food is very traditional and they take tiem to serve it so give yourslef two hours for a three course lunch. They are busy (even out of season) with local...More
the host is very polite and charismatic. The food is very heavy and old French cuisine. Better for lunch than for dinner. Between one dish to another takes a long time. We spent around 2 hours for 4 course menu. So if you got there...More
Locals are treated better than tourists...slow service, ordered wine bottle that was not opened at the table and served open (what respectable resturant does that?), ordered a "fish & chips" which I was told was "merlu", and was served (supposedly) red tuna, becuse they were...More
Tiny place with quirky service but outstanding very rich offerings. Seems like I had foie gras on every course - ok maybe not dessert- but need to look again because it may be an option. All excellent - boeuf filets with foie gras topping were,...More